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  • FaribaultCountySheriff

    The Faribault County Sheriff’s Office would like the public to know that a level 3 Sex Offender has moved into the City of Bricelyn.  There will be a public meeting at the Bricelyn Community Center …

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    02 Oct 18
  • Police lights

    A Springfield man is facing multiple charges including violating an order of protection, domestic assault, obstructing the legal process, and assault of a peace officer. On Saturday, Springfield Police were called to a residence after …

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    02 Oct 18
  • Drug charges

    The New Ulm man who was charged with arson at the B&J Laundromat is now facing felony drug charges. When police came in contact with 30-year-old Cotey Bandow following the fire, they noticed a small …

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    02 Oct 18
  • Brown County Courthouse

    The Brown County Board of Commissioners approved the land acquisition request from the DNR that had been tabled in September. The DNR requested approval for an 80 acre tract of land in Leavenworth Township. Once …

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    02 Oct 18
  • Minnesota Department of Agriculture

    The Minnesota Department of Agriculture in collaboration with University of Minnesota Extension has confirmed a new Palmer amaranth infestation in a soybean field in Redwood County. This is the first time that Palmer Amaranth has …

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    01 Oct 18
  • Police lights

    The Martin County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the community’s help in locating an escapee from a mental health facility. 50-year-old Phillip Horswell previously of Dunnell was released from the St. Peter Mental Health Hospital …

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    01 Oct 18
  • missing persons

    The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension announced there are now five Cooley children listed as missing. Three children, Mollycia, Mateo, and Morgan, were seen leaving the residence in Rock Creek Saturday night and traveling with their …

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    01 Oct 18
  • MnDotLogow

    MnDOT is inviting the public to come visit its new highway maintenance facility in Courtland on Tuesday. The $3.5 million truck station replaces an outdated truck station that was located at the Highway 14 and …

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    01 Oct 18